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with republicans, hurt the republican brand in virginia. it also delayed people being upset about obama care. because had the obama care begun on october 1, the whole debacle of the rollout and the exchanges, you might have had months of ken cucinelli running with twinned at his back, with the national narrative beating up on obama care, cucinelli might have had a great last month, the money might have flowed in, and he might have won. but virginia republicans can blame both the establishment and the tea party i think for this one. it's a real missed opportunity. >> what is the message coming out of that gubernatorial race for both parties? >> there's several messages. they've known ken cucinelli for a decade. i like him a lot. i was rooting for him as well as a conservative certainly. but there are several lessons. one i think is clear happening in the national level clearly impacted what's happening with the local races, right across the potomac from washington, d.c. i do think the shut down hurt him. there are a lot of things along the way. one thing that republicans need to learn. it hap
byrne win down with the guy where mr. young in alabama that didn't think that president obama was born in the united states. and the tea party rather than again going on the attack and trying to root out rhinos and squishes and everything else, i think they should take heart that ken cuccinelli could have been elected governor over a flawed candidate terry mcauliffe in the state of virginia with his conservative rhetoric if his allies, senator cruz and others, hadn't slammed the door on the government and brought us to almost the brink of default where cuccinelli got wiped out in northern virginia. i don't care how much money he >> it's like rodney dangerfield. not a lot of credit coming from the right to the governor of new jersey for his huge win up there carrying all the different economic groups and winning by 60%. on the other hand out there rooting for cuccinelli who lost. >> right. i think what you have now is a divide in the party between those who want to elevate chris christie in that main line wing of the party. and because they see him as somebody who has now proven he can
chris christie is hoping for a big win by avoiding the tea party. even embracing president obama and working with a democrat. here in new york city, bill de blasio is thought to be the most progressive in decades. but the main event will be in the key bellwether state of virginia. it is where tea partiers like ken cuccinelli became a tea party star with comments like this. >> the ultimate goal which is to make abortion disappear in america. homosexual acts are wrong and should not be accommodated in government policy. someone's going to have to come forward with nailed down testimony that he was born in place "b," wherever that is. you know, the speculation's kenya. and that doesn't seem beyond the realm of possibility. >> birther jokes and attacks on women and gays. that's not a winning message in the year of 2013. cuccinelli also led a charge to shut down womens health centers and refused to say whether he supports equal pay measures. and a republican candidate for lieutenant governor is just as extreme. >> planned parenthood has been far more lethal to black lives than the kkk
. >> the impact of the obama care debate in yesterday's election. >> obama care is a failure. >> get ready for this. >> kathleen sebelius is back on capitol hill. how long can a hot seat stay hot? >> obama care is a failure. >> when you look at what happened last night. >> republicans ha to work extra hard. >> were voters really sending a message? >> big questions remain. >> there is a lot to digest over this. >> the civil war within the republican party continues to rage. ♪ >>> the republican establishment is fighting back against the two party attempts to take over the republican party. and last night, the republican establishment won. >> i'll tell you it is a shame what happened to ken cuccinelli because -- he was betrayed bay his own party. >> in virginia, a weak democratic candidate beat a much weaker and crazy sounding tea party candidate, ken cuccinelli. today a disappointed rush limbaugh let his audience in on the dirty little secret of that campaign. >> shea didn't want him to win. this is the dirty little secret. not like it is a secret now. such is the animus towards the tea p
obama care rollout may have hurt democrat terry mcauliffe and his race for governor but not badly enough to spell defeat. he survives a nasty slugfest with tea party republican ken cuccinelli by three percentage points. ooh he just squeaked by. we assembled a full roster of correspondents and analysts to walk us through the results and what they mean to the rest of the country. first up, state of virginia and candy crowley. welcome, candy. so obama care and the government shutdown surely factors in the virginia race but so were women. here is the winner, terry mcauliffe. >> the truth is that this election was never a choice between democrats and republicans. it was a choice about whether virginia would continue the mainstream bipartisan tradition that has served us so well over the last decade, at a time when washington was often broken, just think about what virginia has been able to accomplish when we work together. >> so candy, in the end the tea party took a hit in virginia, but its candidate almost pulled out because of obama care. so how worried should the democrats be despite the
the obama 2o 12 playbook. he ran up the score especially in the washington suburbs. in suburb and richmond, democratic state senator easily beat the republican winning the contest by double-digits. the attorney general's race remains too close to call with 99% of the vote in. the democrat mark herring leads them by just over 600 votes. in virginia we do this in the attorney general races a lot these days. bob mcdonald had the nail biter like that. they can request a recount if it's less than 1% of the vote. we will see a rebound in that race. chris christie won reelection in a landslide with 60% of the vote in a state that the president won by 17 points. new york city will have the first democratic mayor in two decad decades. the 109th mayor by a big margin and they chose a progressive path. you got that right. in boston, marty walsh will precede the longest serving mayor. the city councilman with the support of organized labor. here's one should you know about. they -elected the first white mayor in nearly four decades. he ran on the financial turn around and defeated wayne county sheriff
whether you should sign up for obama care, given your personal situation and what's important to you. so, you take the quiz. you tell them whether or not you are a person who "likes having choices when selecting a physician or a hospital." well, do you? also, are you comfortable regularly updating the government on your health and on your financial challenges? no matter how you answer any of the questions on the website, no matter what you say, the advice you get from the website is advice like this -- don't do it. you would benefit from staying put. do not sign up for this obama care thing, no matter what. knowthefactsalaska.org is one of two new websites in alaska that both started this month on the same day in practically the same internet breath. they looked the same, went up at the same time, both have the same mysterious no contact information, where did you come from. but where the knowthefacts website tries to talk you out of signing up for health insurance, the other one, the other antihealth reform website, that one up at the exact same time also for alaska, it drops the subtle
on his way out of the country. >>> another day, another deadline for the obama administration and its new health care program. the president's team says after the website's disastrous rollout two months ago, today's the day it's supposed to work smoothly for the vast majority of users. this is a live look now at healthcare.gov. technicians took it down overnight, about 11 hours, for maintenance. but it is back up now. c cnn's tory dunnan is live now. we're hours away from the deadline. it appears things may be working better with the website. is all well in washington, or are they preparing to fix this thing? >> reporter: wouldn't you like to be a fly on the wall? >> no. >> reporter: but in all seriousness, the latest is that the administration is on track to meet this self-imposed deadline, telling us that the site was shut down overnight for fixes, as well as updates. of course, we now know it's up and running. and here's what the goal will be in the next hours for this weekend. according to the white house, 50,000 people should be able to be on the site at the same time. we're told if
're not going back. >> this race was a referendum on obama care. >> you go around and say a lot of biologically stupid things. >> the tea party isn't nearly as much fun as it sounds. >> you sent a message, virginia would continue the mainstream bipartisan position. >> despite being outspent by an unprecedented $50 million -- >> a lot of cuccinelli supporters a little bit bitter. >> this race came down to the wire because of obama care. >> republicans out of virginia. >> thank you, new jersey, for making me the luckiest guy in the world. >> i have never seen a more explicit launching of a presidential campaign. >> maybe the folks in washington, d.c. should tune in -- >> hey, washington, look at me! >> i sought a second term to finish the job. now watch me do it. >> how long can a hot seat stay hot? >> madam secretary, i repeat my request for you to resign. >> the president heading to dallas tonight. >> i've got one more campaign in me. ♪ >>> as the election day dust settles, president obama is picking up the pace in what he calls his last campaign. to make sure the affordable care act works fo
the affordable care act obama care as it's called was becoming increasingly unpopular in the final weeks of this campaign in virginia. but in the end, a win is a win as you know. and terry mcauliffe will be the governor. >> in terms of chris christie, wolf, obviously a big big win. but significantly i think for his prospects going forward as a potential presidential candidate. right across the board in almost all the key demographic, african-americans, latinos, women. what does that say about his chances at a general election? and will it help him get to a place where he can be a republican nominee? >> you know, he certainly would be a formidable challenger. let's say hillary clinton got the democratic nomination. chris christie has the incumbent governor of new jersey would certainly be formidable. his big problem, though, is going to win that republican nomination. he's got to win in conservative states like iowa or south carolina. that's not going to be easy for chris christie. but still a lot of time between now and then. >> finally, wolf, new york city the first democratic mayor in
with him, sitting down for an exclusive behind the scenes interview about everything from obama care to problems plaguing his party to his recent weight loss. >>> and one of christie's potential republican rivals in 2016, senator rand paul of kentucky, once again accused of not keeping his eyes on his own paper. making changes in his office after multiple plagiarism allegations if it will get people to leave him the hell alone, in his words. >>> greetings from asbury park, new jersey on this election day, 2013. i'm here getting exclusive behind the scenes access to governor chris christie and his campaign. we begin with the politics lead. we may not be picking a president today or filling any senate seats but all eyes are on the two gubernatorial races that take place after presidential elections and before the midterms which could cast the tea leaves for both 2014 and 2016. one is in the commonwealth of virginia, where polls show that voters believe they're choosing between the lesser of two evils. clinton-friendly democrat terry mcauliffe has held a small but consistent lead over t
bipartisan. he breaks with obama after sandy. that may be a problem with conservatives later. i think he is someone you can envision as a leader and i think he will win by a wide margin. >> john, when you look at what is happening in new jersey, barbara buono, how bad was her campaign? how many were her mistakes and was it just christie's moment? >> i am a resident of new jersey as well. i don't think there was a democratic candidate that attracted media attention. barbara buono was a decent legislator, but almost everyone was recommending christie. i think it became an exercise for the democrats -- if we're going to win, we're going to throw all our efforts into virginia. that is why ken cucinnelli is being outspent 10 to one. i agree with kellyanne very much. the number for new jersey to watch is 40, not just for hispanics, but asian voters. look at middle fax county, new jersey. they have the two largest towns, both over 100,000 people, are both 1/5 asians. i believe that if kristi can crack 40 among asians and hispanics that will give him a lot too, what josh said, calling cards that
a strong signal about obama care while mcauliffebridge is the bridge to divide. >> despite being out precedented $15 million, this race came down to the wire because of obama care. that message will go out across america tonight. >> the truth is that this election was never a choice between democrats and republicans. it was a choice about whether virginia would continue the main stream bipartisan tradition that has served is so well over the last decade at a time when washington was often broken, just think about what virginia has been able to accomplish when we work together. >> the polls show kind of a wide gap and that terry would win. you put it close. >> 7, 8, 9 poevenlts anybody that spent time in virginia, terry mcauliffe. i like him. he's not a virginia guy. he's not a virginia governor. i lived in northern virginia, i lived in washington during the last campaign. you walk through. i told him this you hear that voice, that's syracuse, new york voice. that's not the voice of a virginia. >> although, he covered tidewater by a lot of votes. >> i will say this, though the fact, c
country and the democratic party. >> absolutely. >> yeah! >> we don't want obama care. >> nope. >> we don't want more big government. >> no! >> i'm scared to death of what obama care is doing to virgin n virginians. terry mcauliffe is scared of what it's doing to him. [ cheers ] >> vice president joe biden hit the trail saying the election is a chance to push back against extreme ideology. >> i think the motto of the tea party should be back to the future. [ laughter ] >> no, really. think about it. these guys are the antithesis of change and progress. everything they talk about without exaggeration is about turning back what the rest of the country and the world thinks is progress. it's hard to fathom this day being led by a man who rejects all that the new thinking stands for. >> some are pointing out that the vice president didn't mention president obama nor the affordable care act during his entire speech. >> smart move. >> the president campaigned for mcauliffe a day earlier. julie pace, weigh in on the race. >> speaking of biden i don't think you want to talk about obama care when
.p. scandal. the petraeus scandal. that time jay-z and beyonce went to cube baa. and obama care problems. obama does not cover paxil. we promised it would be, but it does not. for that we apologize. >> good morning. it's monday, november 18th. we have mark barnicle. robert gibbs. and in washington -- seriously? did you really do that? and did you brush your hair? all right. white house correspondent with the associated press, julie pace. it's like spanky from the little rascals. good to have you all on board. i'm glad you're here. really helps out. we're going to start in the midwest. emergency crews are doing all they can to help this morning after a series of deadly storms swept through a huge portion of the midwest. at this hour the death toll stands at six. dozens more injured. they think the death toll may rise. no town was hit harder than washington, illinois, where the path of destruction was devastating. >> our father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass
in presidential elections. >> that's right. >> only shows up when obama's on the ballot. and let's be honest about it, the democratic nominee in virginia was not the most inspiring candidate. this was a candidate with dangerously poisonously high unfavorable numbers. so republicans should have won this election. not only did they fail to win the election, but when you look closer at the numbers you're seeing this pronounced gender gap. and you're seeing it's not just, you say the issue of abortion and ken's activism on abortion, but i think it's a wider range of cultural messages that ken cucinelli and that brand that alienates women voters and suburban educated female voters and you saw that as the reason why history was defied in virginia this week. >> one of the things i thought was interesting i mean, the writing for a lot of us, the writing seemed to be on the wall we expected that women would be energized and women would pay attention because it's been so ridiculous between vaginal ultrasounds over the last couple of years, just the litany of things and the level of conversation as you point
for the affordable care act with trouble on its first day but obama care is only doing slightly better than guitar lessons by mike. according to a new poll president obama's approval rating reached a new low of 42%. it's gotten so bad that even bo is trying to distance himself. >> good morning. there's another side to this. good morning. it's monday, november 4th. beautiful shot of new york city. makes me sad how dark it is. did you all change your locks? >> it's a little lighter outside. it did, of course, get dark at 2:15. >> with us on set we have msnbc contributor mike barnacle. how are you doing? you look good. you look very handsome. the former democratic congressman harold ford jr. >> he's done a makeover. >> also to our left, mike barnacle, we have patches. >> hi, patch. >> this is day two of a 30 day journey we're all going to be on together. growing in the beard for the month of november. >> why are you doing that? >> for women's health. there's a group of people. i've never gone more than a week. >> there's a spot right there that's not going to grow. >> imagine thanksgiving what it wil
's agenda runs through the -- president obama's agenda runs through the d.c. circuit. you can't get what you want through the congress because the american people in november, 2010, said they had had enough. they issued a national restraining order after watching two years of this administration unrestrained, so now it runs through the bureaucracy and the d.c. circuit. as i said, in short, unlike the first two years of the obama administration, there is now a legislative check on the president and the administration doesn't much like checks and balances. so it wants to circumvent the people's representatives with an aggressive regulatory agenda, and our democratic colleagues want to facilitate that by filling up a court that will rule on his agenda, a court that doesn't even have enough work to do, especially if it means changing the subject from obamacare for a few days. and get this -- they think they can change the rules of the senate in a way that benefits only them. they want to do it in such a way that president obama's agenda gets enacted but that a future republican agenda couldn't g
about the fight over obama care. in the "wall street journal," obama retreats. and in "usa today," health law shakes the presidency. with democrats threatening to vote the white house rolled out a plan yesterday that allows millions of people to keep their insurance plans that would otherwise have been cancelled under the new terms of the affordable care act. it's meant to head off a vote in the house today on republican legislation that permits insurance companies to offer their old pre-obama care policies something the white house says will quote sabotage the law. president obama spoke about his policy reversal yesterday and how the roll out has hurt democrats, including his own presidency. >> there's no doubt that our failure to roll out the aca smoothly has put a burden on democrats. i feel deeply responsible for making it harder for them rather than easier for them to continue to promote the core values that i think led them to support this thing in the first place. i think it is not possible for me to guarantee that 100% of the people, 100% of the time going on this website
. just a few of the destructive tactics from the gop playbook since president obama took the oath of office. they've attempted to undermine his presidency at every turn from health care to judges to job creation. and you know? at times it felt like godzilla marching through washington leaving a path of destruction in the wake but this week democrats said, enough is enough. president obama and senate majority leader harry reid both went on offense this week calling out republicans for their shameless blocking of presidential nominees and their unabashed plans to take health care from tens of millions of americans. it's a call to arms for democrats and it is a warning to republicans who think they can just claim victory by just being against something. joining me now, ryan grim, washington bureau chief of "the huffington post and clarence page for "the chicago tribune." thank you to both of you for joining me. >> thank you. >> thank you, karen. >> i loved seeing harry reid get throughout and say enough is enough. you wrote a bit about this, ryan, sort of the going nuclear. tell us a
against chris christie. i believe she will lose because she is too connected to obama. president obama has done a lot of damage in this country with medical care, benghazi, the irs, there's no sense in me going on like that. shame -- iis a believe that is going to hurt her. clintoncare for hillary because i like her husband bill clinton. i thought he was a great president. personal life his personal life but i think as far as the economy, he was wonderful. all people ofr all classes and all color. christie is in the middle. she is too far to the left. toshe wants to the ash wants be president she's to come to the middle. if she wants to be president she needs to come to the middle. i think ted cruz is stubborn. the believe he hurt republican party. i believe his intentions were good. go tou have to be able to the middle and look at both parties. i don't think he is willing to do that. i like senator rubio. people came here illegally, they brought their children with them. i know they say they want to do good for these people, i think it has to do with votes more than it has to do with the
card on the obama care website. is it too soon to diagnose long term? and the start of this first saturday morning in november, we are feeling the excitement. we are counting down to election day 2013. polls will be opening less than 72 hours from right now. we are also learning a whole lot more of what happened behind the scenes during the last presidential election. new juicy details on the campaign change in the campaign. one potential contender is in hot water this week for plagerism. what exactly did rand paul say? where was it said before? most importantly, will there be long-term fallout for rand paul going forward? today on up against the clock, very exciting, we inaugurate the legends division. our first congressional slate of contestants. stick around for that. first, this weekend marked one full month since the launch of the obama care website october 1st. >> that rollout we can safely say has been an absolute disaster for the obama administration both in terms of image and impact, all for the very simple reason the website has not worked. the driving principle behind t
you get cancelled and you get sick? are you covered? >>> a former competitor of president obama is weighing in on all of this, and governor mitt romney suggests the bumpy rollout of the affordable care act has put the president's legacy in jeopardy. >> the fact that a president sold it on the basis is that not true undermined the foundation of his second term. >> in minutes, governor romney sharing who he thinks could go all the way to the white house next time, and who he left off his list of 2016 republican stars. >>> also, you have heard the greatest claims about global warming. whether you believe it or think of it as a series, some scientists say they have the answer and know how to stop it skprbg the answer is on the right side of your screen. the former massachusetts governor and 2012 presidential nominee accused president obama of selling affordable care act to the american people as a lie. >> and the centerpiece of obama care over the last several years saying time and time again, fundamental to his plan was the right to keep their own insurance plan, and he knew that w
finish in a major swing state. what last night's election results mean for you. >>> and president obama's approval rating is nearing an all-time low. is it obama care or the spying scandal? what's behind the 52-week plunge? >>> new jersey's newest mall will reopen its doors after the gunman opened fire monday night. new details on the note that authorities say the gunman left behind. >> good morning, miguel marquez. >> very nice to have you. i'm zoraida sambolin. it's 4:00 a.m. in the east. welcome to this election day edition of "early start." one very tight race if a critical swing state topping the headlines this morning. in new jersey, a possible, possible preview of 2016. republican chris christie sweeping the victory for a second term. and democrat terry mcauliffe is the next governor, surviving a stiff challenge from republican ken cuccinelli. and the bloomberg era is over in new york. for the first time in 20 years, the big apple has a democrat in charge. liberal bill deblasio easily becoming the city's 109th mayor. let's bring in political director mark pressen who has been up
americans feel about president obama one year after re-election. the pew research center finds a majority now disapproves of the way the president is doing his job. just 41% view the president favorably. that's down 14 points from last december. that's similar to his predecessor, george w. bush, the same time during his presidency. presidents reagan and clinton both saw their approval ratings significantly higher during the first year of their second term. the survey also found a majority of americans disagree with the way president obama is handling a number of issues. 65% disprove on the economy. 60% on immigration. 59% on health care. and 56% on foreign policy. >> look at these numbers, keep them up on the screen right now, obviously those are numbers nobody would have expected a year ago. there are problems with the health care rollout. we understand that. but why do you have such upsidedown numbers on the economy? >> you know, looking at these numbers for the first time this morning it's a little bit baffling to me. you would have expected i would have thought for the health care num
's become a thanksgiving holiday tradition at the obamas, distributing food to the needy in washington. president obama, first lady michele and daughters sasha and malia were at the capitol food bank for a third straight thanksgiving holiday wednesday. they were helping pack bags of food and handing them out to families in need. before that, the president and the first daughters took part in another popular holiday tradition, of course, the presidential pardon for the national thanksgiving turkey. and this year's lucky bird popcorn was selected by a vote on the white house website. popcorn went waddell to waddell against another bird caramel was that bird's name and by the way, both birds were spared. >>> also in washington, officials kicked off the first ever thanksgivukkah. it started with the lighting of the largest menorah on the national mall. joining the jewish community were the u.s. air force band. and grammy winning violinist mary binari. it was a celebration that will hopefully last until the next convergence of thanksgiving and hanukkah which will be 79,000 years from now. >
is changing. yes, the tea party movement was an issue yes, the shutdown was an issue, yes, obama care was an issue but part of this is virginia's changing demographics. 39% of the lerelectorates call themselves democrats. this is a big switch. the democratic population, especially in northern virginia, is growing. and among democrats, look at that. terry mcauliffe held his base. 96% of people who say they're democrats voted for the democratic nominee. a smaller slice said they were republicans but ken cuccinelli did hold his base as well by 91%. republicans stayed home and voted for their candidate. let's look at this closer. virginia is becoming a swing state. a purple state, some even leaning blue. to win there you have to win the middle of the electorate. 44% describe themselves as moderates. among moderates, todayy mcauliffe getting nearly 6 in 10 of those votes. if that lead in the early exit poll shows up, this will be a key look. winning in the middle of the electorate. let's look at the issues. i'll slide this over. we know this was a big issue. who was more to blame for the 1
down to the wire because of obama care. that message will go out across america tonight. >> at a time when washington was often broken, just think about what virginia has been able to accomplish when we work together. >> round two, hhs secretary kathleen sebelius is back on capitol hill tampering expectations, admitting the tech team faces an uphill battle to meet its end of the month deadline to fix the health care site. but the problems go beyond the glitches. the president's broken promise if you like your plan, you can keep it, continues to haunt the white house. >> i'd just like to ask you a simple true or false question. is that statement on the white house website true or is it false? >> sir, i think the statement is -- >> is it true or is it false? >>> and good day, everyone. i'm kristen welker in for andrea mitchell. both republicans and democrats woke up this morning with a win to brag about, but what do the victories by chris christie and terry mcauliffe mean for political battles around the corner? joining me now for our daily fix, chris cillizza and "washington post" edit
. everyone knows barack obama is a good speaker. i don't think he will wow us with his rhetoric anymore. that republicans are poised to win a of seats in the midterms. i don't know if it will be enough to take back the senate, but it might be. it has nothing to do with the rhetoric, at least not currently. with action and obamacare. i think it is entirely possible -- i was talking to an insurance insider on friday. nobody in the industry believes that the obamacare exchanges will be fixed by november 30, which was the fallback promise. aside from the other promise that you could keep your insurance. i think it is possible you will who, ifocrats -- november 30 comes and goes and the obamacare website is not fixed, they will begin having to assess their political survival. they are either going to jump up turnjump off the ship and on this health care law or they will probably go down. i think it is very likely that republicans will have a good 2014. if that happens, nothing succeeds like success. .inning covers a multitude if you are on a football team that is losing, you have bickering i
, on january 15, 2009, in order to get obamacare passed, president obama promised america, quote, if you like your health care plan, you'll be able to keep your health care plan, period. no one will be able to take it away no matter what, end quote. on june 28, 2012, in order to get re-election votes, president obama promised, quotes, if you are more than the 250 million americans who already have health insurance, you will keep your health insurance. this law will only make it more secure and more affordable, end quote. president obama's recent apology for its deception has not stopped cancellation of millions, millions of american health insurance plans nor slowed the obamacare costs skyrocketing health insurance costs. obamacare forces to on the one hand, pay higher obamacare health insurance costs and cut money for food, shelter and clothing or go without health insurance and pay tax penalties while risk health care bankruptcy. max baucus, the senate sponsor of obamacare, warned us earlier this year that obamacare was a train wreck waiting to happen. well, the verdict is in. obamacare is
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princeton university. >>> now to the health of millions of americans under obama care. the president met with insurance company ceos yesterday to discuss his proposed fix to the affordable care act. the tweak would temporarily reinstate policies that were dropped because they didn't comply with obama care regulations. the white house calls the meeting productive but hasn't related any details about possible solutions. on the same day the president suffered an embarrassing setback when dozens of house democrats voted for a republican plan that would gut his signature health care law. our chief congressional correspondent dana bash has that. >> fredericka, the prospect of losing this vote in a big way is what drove democratic leaders earlier in the week to plead with obama officials to do something to fix the canceled policy problem. the president's mea culpa and his new plan softened the blow but for the white house it still stung. 39 house democrats, one-fifth of the caucus, defected and voted for a republican bill allowing people to keep canceled health policies. democrat ron barber in
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